Hi, and thanks for the question!
There have been some recent changes to the current travel and public health guidelines. I would suggest keeping an eye on our own Traveler's Health Page
for all official resources and links to current information.
Currently, anyone traveling to Ireland has to show a negative test for Covid 19, irrespective of vaccination status. You are still required to fill in the passenger locator form
with the current status of vaccinated, recovered, or negative test result, proof will be required in English.
If not fully vaccinated or recovered, a negative PCR test taken within 72 hours of arrival can be used instead, no quarantine is required.
All passengers arriving in Ireland are now advised to conduct antigen testing on a daily basis for a period of 5 consecutive days commencing on the day of arrival. Hospitality venues such as bars and restaurants require proof of vaccination or recovery before you are able to enter.
Hopefully, things will calm down again and some of the extra restrictions will be lifted and a more normal situation will exist for our visitors and residents alike.